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Auction archive: Lot number 53

ISRAEL]. WEIZMANN, Chaim (1874-1952). First President of Israel . Typed letter signed ("Ch Weizmann") to Louis Lipsky, London, 4 October 1933. 1 p., 4to, blue stationery . Weizmann writes to Lipsky of the Zionist Organization of America to introduce ...

Auction 29.10.2001
29 Oct 2001
Estimate
US$1,800 - US$2,500
Price realised:
US$2,820
Auction archive: Lot number 53

ISRAEL]. WEIZMANN, Chaim (1874-1952). First President of Israel . Typed letter signed ("Ch Weizmann") to Louis Lipsky, London, 4 October 1933. 1 p., 4to, blue stationery . Weizmann writes to Lipsky of the Zionist Organization of America to introduce ...

Auction 29.10.2001
29 Oct 2001
Estimate
US$1,800 - US$2,500
Price realised:
US$2,820
Beschreibung:

ISRAEL]. WEIZMANN, Chaim (1874-1952). First President of Israel . Typed letter signed ("Ch Weizmann") to Louis Lipsky, London, 4 October 1933. 1 p., 4to, blue stationery . Weizmann writes to Lipsky of the Zionist Organization of America to introduce James Parkes. He notes that Parkes is in America due to the work of the International Student Service, which: "has undertaken the most important work of organising, and re-directing, the student refugees from Germany." Weizmann, a scientist by career, became the spokesman of the Zionist cause in Britain, played an integral role in the creation of the modern state of Israel and was elected as the nation's first president. - WEIZMANN. Typed letter signed (Chaim Weizmann in Hebrew) to Dr. J. Hershbar, Rehovoth, 13 January 1938. 1 p., 4to, Daniel Sieff Research Institute stationery , in Hebrew. Weizmann informs Dr. Hershbar that he is to be named a senior worker at the Sieff Institute. Weizmann founded the Daniel Sieff Institute in 1934 to promote the international study of science. - WEIZMANN. Autograph note signed ("Weizmann") to Oskar Wasserman, Theergarten, Berlin, n.d. 1 p., 4¼ x 5 3/8 inches, on the front of an envelope . Weizmann notes that he will not go to America in the Spring and that Warburg will be leaving for Europe on March 3. He mentions that they might have a meeting of commissioners in Paris in May. - [WEIZMANN]. Telegram from Albert K. Epstein and Family to Chaim Weizmann, Chicago, 14 May 1948. 1 p., oblong 8vo . On the day in which the nation or Israel was born, Chaim Weizmann receives a kind telegram from the Epsteins of Chicago, offering him the Hebrew prayer Shehechianu : "May the state of Israel prosper: Thank you God - for granting us life, for sustaining us, and for helping us reach this moment." Together four items. (4)

Auction archive: Lot number 53
Auction:
Datum:
29 Oct 2001
Auction house:
Christie's
New York, Rockefeller Center
Beschreibung:

ISRAEL]. WEIZMANN, Chaim (1874-1952). First President of Israel . Typed letter signed ("Ch Weizmann") to Louis Lipsky, London, 4 October 1933. 1 p., 4to, blue stationery . Weizmann writes to Lipsky of the Zionist Organization of America to introduce James Parkes. He notes that Parkes is in America due to the work of the International Student Service, which: "has undertaken the most important work of organising, and re-directing, the student refugees from Germany." Weizmann, a scientist by career, became the spokesman of the Zionist cause in Britain, played an integral role in the creation of the modern state of Israel and was elected as the nation's first president. - WEIZMANN. Typed letter signed (Chaim Weizmann in Hebrew) to Dr. J. Hershbar, Rehovoth, 13 January 1938. 1 p., 4to, Daniel Sieff Research Institute stationery , in Hebrew. Weizmann informs Dr. Hershbar that he is to be named a senior worker at the Sieff Institute. Weizmann founded the Daniel Sieff Institute in 1934 to promote the international study of science. - WEIZMANN. Autograph note signed ("Weizmann") to Oskar Wasserman, Theergarten, Berlin, n.d. 1 p., 4¼ x 5 3/8 inches, on the front of an envelope . Weizmann notes that he will not go to America in the Spring and that Warburg will be leaving for Europe on March 3. He mentions that they might have a meeting of commissioners in Paris in May. - [WEIZMANN]. Telegram from Albert K. Epstein and Family to Chaim Weizmann, Chicago, 14 May 1948. 1 p., oblong 8vo . On the day in which the nation or Israel was born, Chaim Weizmann receives a kind telegram from the Epsteins of Chicago, offering him the Hebrew prayer Shehechianu : "May the state of Israel prosper: Thank you God - for granting us life, for sustaining us, and for helping us reach this moment." Together four items. (4)

Auction archive: Lot number 53
Auction:
Datum:
29 Oct 2001
Auction house:
Christie's
New York, Rockefeller Center
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